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. the obama administration is keeping an eye on the situation the u.s. is heavily invested there. ñ every year set aside for egypt. yesterday, president obama says violence must stop. >> jipgs people deserve better than what we've seen over the last several days. >> a white house advisor told abc news the further egypt heads down a violent path more difficult for the obama administration to maintain its level of commitment. president obama said egyptians need to step up and take control. >> we've been blamed by supporters of morsi. we've been blamed by the other side as if we're supporters of morsi. >> president obama said that blame game needs to stop. it won't help egypt get back on the path to stability. >> and we want to tell but a amber alert for a parental abduction out of elco, nevada. 3-year-old father and the mother of both children. the children were in state custody. the couple may be driving a dark ford mung yaft. >> a bay area lawmaker tells abc 7 news increased oversight is needed to reign in an irresponsible national security agency. the nsa reports they have broken aand represe
at the security cell triggered a s >> president obama says security threats will never leave the world. president saying this is a complicated time for the u.s. military with big changes in the middle east and north africa. he praised america's armed forces. >> because of you, that september 11th generation we're accomplishing what we set out to do. because of you, obama administration is no more. because of you, al qaeda top ranks have been hammered. the core of al qaeda this afghanistan and pakistan is on the way to defeat. >> the comments came on the same day authorities claimed to have foiled a plot targeting two cities as well as two oil ports. the threat forced us us and britain to evacuate their embassies in yemen. >> cleveland house three women were held captive and raped has been torn down. the destruction part of aerial castro's plea deal. one of the women imprisoned there released balloons to honor missing children who have never been found. knight and two other women escaped when one of them broke part of the door and yelled for help. >> very liberated that people think of me as a her
remove some cholesterol, and that's heart healthy. [ dad ] jan? ♪ >>> president obama with strong words on the controversial nsa data sweep. on that he promised more accountability and a quote, put the whole elephant out there. owe that is first in this conference he talk td about edward snow den's admitted leak autos given the history after bus, it's right to ask questions about surveillance. particularly as technology is reshaping every aspect of our lives. >> it's not enough for me as president so far confidence in the programsful american people need to have confidence in them as well. >> the president outlined four new steps to ensure programs won't be used to spy on americans. among them to work with congress to reform section of the patriot act dealing with collecting telephone records and more transparency. snowden is believed to be a factor in the new chill between the us us and russia. but the president explained why he cancelled a one on winetd with president putin saying the u.s. and russia were not make prog gres on a host of issue autos i've encouraged mr. putin to think f
. >> president obama says taxpayers can no longer be on the hook for bad decision business mortgage lenders. telling supporters it's time to overhaul the system to help more americans afford homes with less risk to the government. he's proposing to shutter government backed fannie mae and freddie mac giving private capitol a bigger role. >> we've got a turn a page on this mentality. going to build a housing system durable, fair and rewards responsibility for generations still to come. >> the president wants tochl pand rerefinancing for current homeowners and increase access to affordable rental housing. white house picked phoenix because it's rebounded after being one of the country's hardest hit area autos it's been months now since dr. steven chu stepped down as ut u.s. energy department he's now at stanford. abc 7 news sat down to talk about his ongoing goals before the job in washington, d.c. heading the department of energy, steven chu taught at cal and stanford, research helped him win a nobel prize. he was director of the lawrence berkeley national lab yet, told me interest there is
of emergency. this morning president obama cancelled joint military exercise there's. >> we want to sustain a relationship with egypt our traditional cooperation cannot continue as usual when civilians are being killed in streets and rights being rolled back. >> however, the president has not cancelled $1.3 billion in military aid the united states sends to egypt. egypt's military has been blamed for the violent crack down. >> tonight major changes being announced for the state's delta tunnel plan. department of water resources say the two 40 foot tunnels will be moved farther east ask will be cut from 35 to 30 miles to n.an attempt to decrease the project's foot print. environmentalists just see a boondoggle. >> not going to solve california water problems. it's not going give more stability to water situation for farmers. it's going to create a krurks project that will turn area into a war zone. >> total cost is $25 billion. it will take 10-15 years to complete. >> when you spend your money, you expect to get what you pay for that. doesn't always work with the government. case in point, h
, the people to take on citizenship. >> president obama and others did not shy away from challenges still in the way, including income ask inequality, stagnant wages amid growing corporate profit autos scholars say the 1963 march on washington was less about freedom and more about jobs. steven pitts says most of the speech dealt with economic reality of millions of americans. saying civil rights movement want wanted to do more than end racism or elect a black president. >> the question have another black president? yes, we could. that shouldn't be the marker prof gres. the marker is that living conditions by the majority of the people in this country independent whof is president. >> in his speech the president also focused on jobs and economic opportunities. tomorrow,ycw6 nationwide demonstrations by workers will protest low wages and poor working conditions. >> and still to come who will be the last driver to cross old bay bridge? we'll be live again tonight with unique new vantage point as ou >>> when what a difference a few minutes make autos fog is here. >> and going to be spreading
for health coverage under obama care. what $80 million will buy. >> i'm spencer christian. live doppler 7 shows sunny skies tonight and sunny skies tomorrow. a warming trend i'll have a look at how high temperatures will be where you are in my after the accu-weather forecast. >> we'll continue our coverage for the bay bridge closure and what's happening to all of >>> welcome back, the time is now 6:12 this, is a pic4(5de of 101 in the southbound direction through san mateo. you make the approach to the bridge, it's jam packed it's going to take more than an hour to leave san francisco to head to highway 92 and another half hour across the bridge so packed conditions now. and i've got your full commute for this afternoon coming up in just a little bit. >> thank you. well werk have breaking news we're following in southern california now. take a look at this, a flash flooding in san bernardino county in riverside. riverside city college closed, there are reports of mudslides inland efrl yir area, they've had heavy rain there causing this unexpected flooding. >> high school football being ca
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